CSUN 2018: Everything I Know About Accessibility I Learned from Stack Overflow
I would like to note that my audience was so riled up from my talk, that two guys flipped a table. It was awesome.
Or view the slides on Slide Share.
- Stack Overflow Developer Survey Results 2018 — Disability Status
- Bookmarklet to add link underlines to Stack Overflow questions and answers
- My source for making those awesome 80s pics.
Hilarious talk this morning by @aardrian @paciellogroup – “Did you try JQuery for that CSS issue?” just one of many zingers from his talk, Everything I know about #a11y I learned from Stack Overflow #CSUNATC18 pic.twitter.com/lTWYLldNvL
Adrian Roselli is taking delight in hurting all our souls with Stack Overflow examples at #CSUNATC18 pic.twitter.com/FI29WB5UCF
The best question I’ve been asked at CSUN: is (the lack of useful a11y info on) Stack Overview our fault? What can we as an industry do to help developers achieve and understand accessibility? –@aardrian #CSUNATC18 #a11y
@aardrian imparting the wisdom of StackOverflow 😂 #a11y pros need to jump in the fray and help these devs.#CSUNATC18 #csun18 pic.twitter.com/GiwKHfGsNp
@codinghorror – attending a session called "Everything I Know About Accessibility I Learned from Stack Overflow" right now at #CSUNATC18 for real 😁
I just performed John Cage’s 4’33” with @sundress & @joedolson for @IanPouncey’s #CSUNATC18 talk, Accessible User Experiences in 4’33”.
I was the harmonicist.instagram.com/p/BgozN32jr5z/ pic.twitter.com/H6sqmZJ1PQ
Used my flight to practice for my performance in @IanPouncey’s next talk.@rgcarrjr seemed to enjoy it. instagram.com/p/BgtssnjDKom/ pic.twitter.com/0AihQkFwrr
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